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Spanish Paper Talk: Luis Suarez Rescues Barcelona While Real Madrid Dominate

Uruguayan comes off the bench to put on two assists for the goals…

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain as Real Madrid continue to be a dominant goalscoring machine, but in contrast Barcelona struggle.

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– Panzer.

– Toni Kroos seals the match against Rayo with a work of engineering.

– Los Blancos equal their best goalscoring start: 42 strikes. Madrid impose their strength in the Bernabeu.

– Carlo Ancelotti: “Kroos’ high level surprised me and today he was the best”.

– Luis Suarez sorts out “the worst match”. The Uruguayan, a substitute, lays on the two goals.

– Luis Enrique acknowledges the bad play after a revolutionary starting XI.

– A stopgap to put the break on the champions.

– La Real trust in Sancana to get them back on the road to victory.

– The Berlin Wall: it also divided European football.

– Yes we can: a salary limit and footballers studying.

– November 9: this is how Spanish sport would be without Catalonia.

– I found Hugo Sanchez’s son dead.

– A goalscoring machine.

– 42 goals in 11 games. 12 different players have scored (yesterday five).

– Cristiano (18) has got more than 16 teams in La Primera.

– Kroos makes a goal for Bale and later scores the best of the night.

– Luis Suarez gets Barca out of a jam. Luis Enrique first left him on the bench and arrived at half-time losing.

– Antoine Griezmann returns to Anoeta as a substitute.

– David Moyes will be the boss of La Real.

– Suarez comeback.

– Luis came on after the break and changed the match: his two assists made the goals that provided victory.

– Luis Enrique: “The win doesn’t hide the fact we played badly”.

– Zarra resists: Messi is still one goal away from La Liga’s historic ‘Pichichi’.

– Gerard Pique, substitute: he is again left on the bench, three matches running.

– Neymar 10 goals: he now has one more than last season.

– More woodwork: they’ve hit the post seven times in the last two League games.

– Rayo provide the football and Madrid the goals.

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